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keep the u.s. in afghanistan for ten years or more. >>> sounding a warning. from the faa, about what they see as a growing danger to modern aviation. >>> and a letter from jackie, seen for the first time, written to another woman who lost her husband to oswald's bullets that day in dallas, tonight, she shares her memory with tom brokaw. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. it was bad enough that a lot of bad behavior by big banks contributed to the great recession a few years back, sinking the finances of so many american families. it all started, of course, with the housing crisis and so many americans have been frustrated that it did not end with stiffer penalties for those who caused it. very few have paid any price at all for what went on. that changed in a big way today as jpmorgan has agreed to pay $13 billion to the federal government. that's the most money any company has ever paid to the feds. we begin there tonight with our justice correspondent, pete williams, at the justice department for us tonight. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. and just t
here behind us, meaning this place and this city and our country would never be the same. the cold and wind and rain here in dallas today was a sharp contrast to the bright sunshine of 50 years ago, weather beautiful enough to ride in an open car. today, one half century later, thousands turned out to remember john f. kennedy. >> the people of this city have been felled with a sense of industry born of tragedy. >> the place is little changed since that day 50 years ago. thousands were here then, too. people lined the motorcade route, the final critical moments captured by the film camera of abraham zapruder. >> hi, sir. how are you? >> across the street that day was pierce almon, then 29 years old, a local broadcaster. he heard the shots, heard mrs. kennedy cry out, in fact. he ran into the book depository building. in the doorway he passed and spoke to oswald not knowing he was the assassin. inside he used the only available phone line to report live details on the air. >> this was the door you entered. >> this was the door. it's changed, and when you go inside, the lobby is total
is gone, our uses, everything. there's nothin to ea there's nothing drink. >> reporter: in the rus, the wnpour today. the survivors tacloban are now trying to rebuild their lives, but the misery goes on. [ speaking in foign language ] >> reporter: what's happening to my country? we have no food. help is nocoming, she says. peopleere have become scavengers, desperate fofood and water. even the youngt are snatching what they can. 's called bliss, the ne of a housing prect for peopleho had lost their homes in past typhoons. thisime it was no safe haven. bliss is made up of a maze of narrow alleyways, and when the typhoon struck, filled with water within seconds to above roof heights. and yet most survived, quickly imbing high enough to escape. somelearly happy just to be alive. but living is hard. long lines for empty shelves, dicines are rationed. as t evening approaches, barricades are manned, with e military. the people of tacloban fend for themselves as many strgle to get out. some do find space on departinplane and make it to manila, hundreds of mis and a world away while at th
the feds appear ready to go a step further allowing passengers to use cell phones while in the air. >>> also the giant mistake. a jumbo jet, the freakishly large kind, lands at the wrong airport leaving pilots confused and wondering if they had enough runway to take off again. >>> reversal of fortune. a stunning turn of events as kennedy cousin michael skakel walks out of prison. the latest chapter in a longtime murder mystery. >>> high stakes negotiations tonight to free an 85-year-old american veteran, a grandfather detained on a tourist flight to north korea. >>> and the final journey for jfk. and jackie kennedy. the trip to texas that started 50 years ago today. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. flying on planes in this country may never be the same again. the federal communications commission is considering allowing the use of cell phones on planes above 10,000 feet. it is safe to anticipate passenger opinions may be split on this between those who want to talk and need to talk and those who don't necessarily need to hear the intricate details of their lives, say, a
mainly on our roads in the bay area. >> thanks for joining us here at 5:00. nightly news is next. d rain and soon high winds across enough of the country to screw up travel across the country. and already it's a tough go for millions on the move for thanksgiving. >>> birth control battle. the fight over obama care and religious freedom. it's headed to the supreme court. >>> double agents. tonight a secret government plan exposed. how the u.s. turned guantanamo bay prisoners into spies and turned them loose. >>> and a few good men and how they are changing a thanksgiving tradition forever. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. it is already tonight a storm that stretches from the southern tip of florida up to nova scotia, and at its core, which is a moving target right now, it's dumping a ton of misery on several states. the timing of this storm could not be worse because of what it does on the ground and in the air to the business of getting around. 700 flight delays already, and this storm is just getting started. the satellite picture of the nation from space shows the expa
right here on nbc. >> thanks for joining us. >> good night. a big storm barrelling across the country just as the thanksgiving travel rush gets underway. a nightmare scenario for tens of millions on the move. >>> the investigation. nearly a year after the tragedy in newtown tonight, what authorities have uncovered about what happened inside that school. the police response, and the 20-year-old gunman. >>> what's the deal? the administration says it is a history-making agreement with iran. the other side labels it an historic mistake, and the stakes are high. >>> and the salute from the son of a fallen president on his third birthday. it was 50 years ago today. tonight, what we have learned all these years later about that iconic moment. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. well, as if on cue and just in time to disrupt the travel plans of millions of americans going home for thanksgiving, a sizable storm is gathering strength and moving through the north and east through the busiest airports and population centers in this country. that's why the east coast storm is
, there's growing belief that he's being detained in north korea. nbc bay area's chris sanchez joins us live with what we're learning tonight. chris? >> hi there, jessica. we know very little about his detention. and a north korean expert says that really is what makes this a mysterious situation. that pyongyang has not tried to use this 85-year-old man to leverage anything from the u.s. just yet. >> there are some things even by north korean standards are out of the ordinary. >> north korea has not confirmed that he's being held. newman, seen here in a newsletter of the retirement community where he lives went on a ten-day trip to north korea with his friend and a tour group out of beijing. at the channing house in palo alto where newman lives, his detainment has been a hot topic. local and international news outlets report on october 26, newman was taken off the plane headed home and hasn't been heard from since. the u.s. official state department says we are aware of reports that a u.s. citizen was detained in north korea, we have no additional information to share at this time. it a
says he used his mobile phone here to order a ride on uber. but he says the driver assaulted him during an argument. a police report has been filed. but now the question is who is responsible for the driver's behavior? >> as he swatted the phone he hit me on the arm. >> reporter: james says that a ride home with an uber driver got physical. the mobile app told him to expect a silver prius. when a blue prius showed up and the driver knew his name, james got in. he claims that the driver directed racist and homophobic slurs at him. he took this video. >> why don't you get in my face like before. >> reporter: police made no arrests. uber refunded his $14 fare but he says the company is not taking responsibility for the driver's behavior. uber says that authorities responded to the incident determined no action was necessary. but we suspended the account of the involved parties until further notice. >> i was bothered by the word "temporarily" because of what happened. not just because i suspect it had been shared with someone else but because of what transfired. >> reporter: uber says that
actually talking on the phone for the most part you can go on playing your video game or using your device, reading your e book because it will not interfere with the aircraft navigation. it will likely turn out it never did. tom costello covers aviation for us. he's live at miami international tonight. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. good evening to you. in fact, this rule goes back to the 1950s. it was all about protecting the cockpit. but the new rule is these simple electronic devices pose no risk to modern aviation. it is welcome news to anyone who flies. on this halloween travel day with costumes on full display at the airport there was also a treat awaiting travellers. >> at this time please turn off all cellular telephones and all other electronic devices. >> reporter: that preflight announcement will soon be a thing of the past. no need to power down your cell phones, e-readers, or music. though your cell connection needs to remain off. >> the policy i think strikes the appropriate balance between responding to what customers want but first and foremost insuring we have
was killed by a falling power line along the 2700 block of austin street. and cheryl herd joins us from oakland with more. >> reporter: as you can see, it's pretty windy out here. the trees are sweeping back and forth. but just around the corner on east 22nd and austin street, a man was killed because of the wind. a 30-foot tree limb came crashing down on a man who was on his motorcycle in a driveway. this happened about 8:15 tonight. power lines came down with the tree limb. and right now, police are not ready to tell us if he was electrocuted or not. >> the guy was getting on his motorcycle or getting off his motorcycle. and the tree branch fell over and killed him. when i got here, everything was blocked off. >> reporter: down the road, firefighters were battling a two-alarm fire in an abandoned grocery store. and the wind didn't make things easy for them. this happened around 7:00 tonight. but around 10:00 tonight, it was all under control. the wind added a layer of difficulty for firefighters, they're telling me tonight. but back here live, you can see the wind is whipping up aroun
thursday evening. thanks for joining us. i'm jenelle wang. >> i'm raj mathai. it's part of the marijuana debate we don't hear about, killing wildlife, and taken thing our water supply. this is all happening on land that taxpayers are paying to protect. investigative reporter elyce kirchner traveled across the state to expose problems caused by many pot farmers. >> there's been a lot of talk about the legalization of marijuana but our story is about how and where it's being grown. many growers are trespassing on parks and tribal land using highly toxic pesticides to grow pot. the effects are real and deadly. flying high above some of the country's most well-known national parks, sequoia and king's canyon south of yosemite. look closely and you'll see it. thousands of acres on or near u.s. forest service land used as marijuana grow sites. >> it's a huge problem, almost an epidemic in our community. >> with destructive effects. and now goes beyond the politics of pot. >> what we know is there is a massive use of toxic can'ts out there. >> i know they're specifically targeting animals. anyth
judge and former u.s. attorney for the district of northern california. >> it doesn't look good. it doesn't feel good. >> rory lit sl a professor of legal ethics at the uc hastings college of law. and a former federal prosecutor. >> both reviewed the facemasks vournding that saturday at the shooing range. >> does that raise questions about the integrity of the investigation? >> it presents issues of appearance, and it could very well lead to the ultimate conclusion that there might bf issues affecting the integrity of the investigation. >> did the sheriff make a mistake by allowing aldon smith to come to this event to shoot her weapons, to fly in her helicopter? >> based on what we know, it sounds like it's a mistake. a mistake in judgment or public perception. yeah. she probably thinks she made a mistake, too. >> at a minimum, the district attorney is probably going to look at the situation and want to talk to the sheriff's office and make sure the investigation wasn't in any way tainted. >> yofrk are i don't think it's wise or justifiable for him to be at the range firing with
holiday weekend. >> thanks for joining us. nightly news is next. more local news at 6:00. we'll see you then. good night. the stores. the question is are the deals as good as they seem and are they worth the fight? >>> ready or not. on this night before the newest deadline for the government's health care website, what the administration is saying to all those who might try to log on. >>> the longest war. richard engel tonight with u.s. troops in afghanistan where a much-needed holiday break didn't last long and came to a sudden end. >>> and those who serve. for a job that requires heavy lifting, employers are finding it pays to turn to those who carried the load in the past. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. in some places across this country tonight it's as if someone announced we are in danger of running out of stuff and those who need stuff better buy it now because it is going away forever. it is that day on the yearly calendar when people in recovery from thanksgiving head out to be part of a massive crowd streaming through malls and stores, in some cases whipped in
and thanks for joining us. i'm diane dwyer. >> firefighters still on the scene right now. the fire broke out this afternoon at a home on sacramento street near the laurel village area of san francisco. chase what's going on? >> reporter: firefighters were able to get things wrapped up. we had some water on the street behind us from the massive amount of fire they had to use to get this fire out. everyone was able to make it out of these two buildings even before firefighters arrived. that meant that no one was injured. this fire broke out around 3:00 here in the presidio heights neighborhood. it started between two buildings, a three story building and a two story building. that taller building had an italian at that if he at the bottom and a clothing store. firefighters don't know what caused flames to spark between those two buildings. because of that there were some utilities in that area so that cause ad little bit of concern for firefighters because there was natural gas that was leaking and sort of fueling that fire that had to get pg and e out quickly to shut off that natural gas befo
? >> they are acutely poisonous. >> thank you for joining us for the next 30 minutes we investigate exposing issues and holding the powerful accountable. we begin with questionable decisions by the santa clara sheriff. one came in the middle of a 16 month criminal investigation of a 49er superstar. a second game in the hours after smith was arrested for driving under influence. as independent experts told us this doesn't look good. >> there's the sack. ogden smith gets rocked. >> he's the all pro linebacker of the san francisco 49ers. >> smith is going the hall of fame if this game goes on much longer. >> did smith get preferential treatment? >> yes de. >> it involves superstar alden smith. santa clara sheriff lauri smith. they center on a saturday behind these gates at the sheriff's shooting range and a fry morning inside the santa clara county jail. >> what does that mean? >> that means preferential treatment was given to smith. >> he's a veteran member of the santa clara sheriff's office. he asked us to disguise his identity because he fears retaliation. >> is this unusual
, this is getting old. >> let's see how well we did in terms of our looks. this is us. >> it's halloween. >> let's see how much we look like them. we're going to split screen it. everybody's telling me i still look like lucy, lucille ball. >> okay, there's you. >> yeah. lucy. >> no. it's good. okay. okay, betty. ready? >> i'm ready. >> that's cute. pie lid's falling a little. >> pebbles and bam-bam are supposed to be wandering around. >> i left my real bam-bam at home and so did you. >> behind us we have a bunch of great, great, great costumes. and we are going to select three from this group. we're going to bring them inside. take a peek. we're going to call three lucky people inside in just a few minutes. this morning was something. wasn't it? >> thank goodness it was a pretty day here in new york. it wasn't freezing and it wasn't raining like they expected it to be. >> we were shocked. we didn't know what we were going to be. >> it was a secret. it was just as much fun for us. >> let's take a look in case you missed it. >> that jiber, grabber. >> i think you're ready now for your own bike, bu
. >> math genius and u.s. marine ramona pearson was run down by a drunk driver when she was just 22 years old. the extent of her injuries was staggering. in a coma for 18 months, and when she woke up, she was blind. she remained blind for 11 years. while her body was damaged, her mathematical mind continued to grow. this is pearson today as ceo of her own startup declara, which uses mathematical algorithms to help large companies connect employees. if you're thinking to yourself someone should make a movie about ramona pearson's life, a script writer has already beat you do it. joined by alistair bar of "u.s. today," welcome to the program. kim mcnicholas of pando daily. obviously awful, awful things happened to you, and we'll get to that in a second but one of the vance that ashley vance in bloomberg business week wrote about you is you spent a number of years essentially in an old folks home at the age of 22 recovering, and they themselves took care of you, the senior citizens. >> yeah. you know, ashley was exactly right. i spent about three years in a senior citizens home in colorado,
for a gunman. thanks for joining us. >> officials say they have identified the gunman and that he may be still hiding near the mall. not in the mall but near the mall. s.w.a.t. teams are going store by store looking for the gunman. shoppers ran for the exits after the shots were fired. we'll show you where the shooting happened. it happened in paramus, new jersey 15 miles from manhattan. employees say the gunman was dressed in all black with a motorcycle helmet on carrying a large gun walking past stores ten minutes before closing time. >> i saw he looked into the store and strolled past. it was very terrifying. >> straight up. >> a long rifle. >> so far police have found only one bullet casing. >>> new at 11:00, we are hearing from one of the tsa agents hurt during friday's shooting at l.a.x. tony grigsby said his first thought is to help the passenger. >> i'm just a regular person. i came to tsa to protect people. >> grigsby was shot when he was helping an elderly man get to safety. and he took time to remember his tsa colleague who died. >> let me take time to express the sadness i feel in
runways that we use for landing get cut down to one. we go to a single file line of aircraft. that's a big cause of the delays. >> reporter: they are using both parallel runways in foggy weather as long as planes are staggered a mile and a half. >> it went into effect on september 30th. it allows for both runways to stay in use during bad weather condition. it will start making some improvements to delays. >> reporter: that's great news, especially as she makes travel plans for the holidays. >> i hope it is successful. sometimes it is better to fly out of oakland because you don't have the fog problems. sfo is more convenient for me. i would like to see it not be as delayed. >> reporter: this program has only be in effect for the last 30 days or so. the weather has been nice. the airport hasn't really had a chance to test this out yet. >>> it's election day and the polls are open for a few more hours until 8:00 tonight. turnout is expected to be low. city council and school board races. it's a sunnyvale measure that's being watched across the country. gun control rules, tracking all sales
to are we keeping our community safe? the numbers as they are right now don't give us information to make that assessment. we need real data, so if we're going to do a year after year comparison, we need to use the same criteria. >> reporter: we asked if it's accurate to compare 2012 and 2013 numbers. police said the comparison will not be completely accurate until the end of next year when they can reflect on two years using the same standard. also important to note the department claimed gang related murders were down 40%, even though total homicides up creased over that same time period. >>> now to a developing story in asia. millions of people are getting slammed with a super typhoon in the philippines. it had winds up to 150 miles per hour, and about 1 million people are taking cover. at least one death so far has been reported. and weather experts this typhoon to be the most powerful on record. for more, we go to jeff ranieri, who has been taking a good look at the effects of the typhoon. >> we're tracking this dangerous storm system, which has had multiple landfalls and still is no
is weang later when he comes to sing for us. >> he's going be here. we had an awesome wkend. as weekends go, it was a 10. >> yes, we went to flori for a fund-raiser in ocean reef. >>ep. >> and i g to tell you, the weather was really nic it was aeautiful weekend. we wt to kathie's favorite place, now packed becae every time you mention the name, abama jacks -- >> o my gosh. i'm sorry about -- e guy with the question mark is boots. decided not to show him. my mom even met him. >> i understand. as long as he'okay with it -- >> we'll find out if he . i haven't told him. and thloomises there, your friends. >> they inviteus to the crab fet and the loomiseslew us down. which was so nice. >> a big fund-iser down there. >> raised a loof money for the ceer. >> how about these two kid they happen to be sitting at the table next to . we lovthem. they could have been my kids. >> they look like yos. truth s i can n longer go to alabama ck's with hoda. we were comin in by boat, hoda, all of a sudden, hoda woman, show us your feet! that kind of thing. we get in there anusually frank d i and bambino go t
school student using a lighter to set his clothing on fire. >> very shocking. i'm glad we were able to arrest the person and get them off the street. it really, even after a career in law enforcement still find something like that really disturbing. >> meanwhile a fund for his hospital bills is now up to $20,000. oakland police are praising two men onboard that bus for putting out the fire and want to find them to honor them. >>> breaking news we want to pass along. we have just confirmed a statewide amber alert is over. the abduction was in sunnyvale earlier today when a father and his baby boy seen here have been found in southern california, across the border in mexico. kris sanchez is in sunnyvale where it all began with the latest. chris? >> hi. that's pretty much what we know at this point because the department of public safety has been tight lipped about any updates in this case. but we can tell you that the father, 22-year-old is now in the custody of american authorities. he was caught as he was trying to cross the border in lukeville, arizona. the baby, most importantly,
talked to iran's president rouhani on the phone. but in fact top u.s. officials have been meeting secretly with iran for a year in the persian gulf country of oman laying the groundwork. >> if this interim deal does ultimately translate into a comprehensive deal that eliminates the iranian nuclear program to the middle east, that's an enormous victory for america's global victory. >> reporter: president obama tried to reassure israel's leader that he will be consulted on every aspect of any final deal with iran but israel's worry is that the president is too eager for an agreement and not driving a hard enough bargain with tehran. >> thank you. >>> now more on the deal from iran's perspective. on the streets of tehran today, celebrations. people waved flags and flowers and cheered the chief negotiator as an ambassador of peace. after the agreement was announced, ann curry spoke exclusively with the iranian foreign minister and joins us from geneva tonight. >> reporter: good evening. nuclear negotiations just don't get any more dramatic than this. it was the end of four days of gru
, thanks. >>> bill bratton is with us, former chief of the lapd and the nypd. these days a security consultant and nbc news analyst. sadly, it seems we only get to talk to you after another episode of gun violence. this is your former turf. a place you were charged with protecting. that ring of tsa, commissioner, does not have weapons traditionally. you don't think the answer will be to weaponize concentric circles as you work your way into the airport? >> there will probably be a call to do just that. i would advocate against that trying to train 50,000 people to handle firearms in a very contained situation. better to leave it so the highly trained police personnel such as those that went into action today. >> as we said, l.a.x. on a friday morning, 9:30, busy place. hard to name a time when l.a.x. isn't busy. the problem with running an airport, you've got to have the free flow of people. isn't that exactly what makes them increasingly fertile targets for random violence and organized terrorism? >> while the violence occurred at the tsa checkpoint and maybe proceeded farther into
record time, too right? >> i don't know. thanks for joining us here at 5:00. >>> special good evening to our viewers in the western u.s. tonight. this is election day 2013, and the polls have now closed in two of the biggest races in this country. it is clear that before tonight is over,e're going to get a big indication of what voters are thinking around the country. five years and one day after the election of president obama, just weeks after we all witnessed that ugly government shutdown. voters tonight are electing governors in new jersey and virginia. new mayors in new york and boston and seattle and so on. many of these races will indicate how the political winds are blowing right now. we begin our coverage in the politically crucial commonwealth of virginia. chuck todd is there for us tonight. chuck, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. well, a lot of the action is on the east coast. polls are closed. we have some winner. governor chris christie has been re-elected. we've projected that, nbc news. here in virginia, the bellwether of bellwethers the last few
rockefeller aza. >>> hello, everydy. we're so happy you're joining us today. it's monday, november 11th and it's veterans day. >> a lot of peop are home today. really glad to get an opportunity to salute ou trps. men and women all over the world that every one of us woke up in freedotoday because of their sacrificand their service an when lady antebellumas singing "the star-spangled bner." i was just crying in the makeup room >> iwas great to see the plaza full of veterans. we he sarah palin with us. we have jessica lang with us. >> makes me miss my daddy l the more. he was a 20 year veteran of the navy who only bathing he ever did in his who life that i ow about, lied about his age. >> he did? >> on pearl harbor dayo he could join the navy and serve his country. i' forgiven him many times since. >> there nothing that beats a great union especially around the veterans day time. there was this family fromorth carolina and they were at a football game. they did one of the things where your dad wld like to give you a message. all th kids were looking up to see their dad. let's take a loo >> yr da
students had committed a string of racist acts against their black roommate. students tell us it happened in this high rise student housing on the san jose state campus. eight freshmen shared a four bedroom unit. the investigation brought to the university's attention by the parents of the victim found the n word had been written on a dry erase board in the room. the students had forced a bike lock around the student's neck and lost a key. a picture of adolf hitler was displayed in the apartment and the confederate flag was displayed as well. >> people are really mad that someone would hang that up and show it around. it's offensive. >> another student says tonight's black student's union meeting was intense and a rally is planned for tomorrow to demand answers. >> they're offended by the events that took place on our campus. it's close to home and we weren't aware of it at all. no organization on campus let us know these issues were here. all new students are required to take sensitivity training during orientation. three investigations are going on. criminal, which has reportedly led to
expect it's unavoidable. the police want to be thorough collecting evidence. i assume they use it to prevent occurrences in the future. >> everyone seemed understandab understandable. >> what's your reaction to what happened? >> surprised and shocked. given everything that's been happening throughout the years i guess it's believable. unfortunate for sure. >> reporter: delays continue here at the air. a duty manager tells us things are back to normal. three arrivings flights from l.a.x. cancelled this morning and one departure cancelled. all afternoon evening flights apeer to be running on time. two flights cancelled at l.a.x. today. all flights this afternoon and evening appear to be on time as well. live in san jose, nbc bay area news. >> thank you for the update. >>> part of highway one was closed after the deadly crash two miles south on highway 1 an hour ago. it's not clear when the highway will we open. chp says the drivers should use panoramic highway as a detour. >>> it's over. the deal that ended last month's strike. bart officials reached an agreement last night with
a bus. the da added the enhancement of a hate crime. surveillance video shows thomas using a lighter to set an 18-year-old on fire as he slept in the back of a bus earlier this week. his legs were severely burned in the incident and he's currently listed in stable condition. the mother told the oakland tribune that her son often wore a skirt and identified as gender neutral. >>> we have new details tonight in the case of a two week old baby boy taken from a sunnyvale home. the boy's father is accused of kidnapping him. he is jailed near tucson awaiting extradition to california. he was arrested last night after crossing into mexico. the newborn baby is said to be in good condition and in the custody of arizona child protective services. the boy's mother says he vanished tuesday night after the couple had a fight over moving out of state. >>> they expect to take a suspect wanted for rape into custody sometime soon. a female student came forward yesterday to report she was sexually assaulted early monday afternoon in a campus restroom and she knew her attacker. she was taken to the hos
flight for us civilians. now they're taking reservations and window seats are going fast. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. we find ourselves tonight in that period between landfall of a monster storm and then learning how bad it was when communications are back up. there is reason to believe, though, that entire portions of the philippines are cut off tonight and under water after a storm made landfall that's being described as the most powerful on earth ever to hit land. wind gusts at the core were predicted at over 200 miles an hour. at that speed, nothing can remain attached to the earth. waves were reported at 50 feet and higher. and after passing through the philippines, the storm that has emerged on the other side is still more powerful than katrina was. this powerful explosion of nature is where we begin tonight. our report from correspondent angus walker in manila. >> reporter: winds topping 230 miles an hour. houses were torn apart. huge waves crashed ashore. a tidal surge flooded coastal areas. crew members on this barge had to abandon ship and struggle to get to s
of questionsirected at e us headquarters. why is this haening, the primary questi. >> it's a series of earthquakes. there could be 30, 40. sometimes as many as350 period of week or up to six weeks. >> the biggest of t quakes w this morning. had a magnitude 3. usgs officials say they don't magnitude 5 a big quaka >>> police are investigating san jose's 40th homicide of the year. they say alcohol may have fueled th crime. lastight police were calle to the victim's home. the son and daughter identify the victim as9 year old joe torres w worked as a handy man. they say he and his adult stepson go in a fight while drking last night. relaves died that he was drinking at all. poli are not commenting. >>> take aook at the sketch. police say a manatching this description asaulted a woman in a car back in july. the woman says the man asked directions. she got into his car to show him and that's when assaulted her. e reported the assault only in ocber. police wanto know if youknow anything about the woman or that man. >>> well, do you know what to do if an emergency siren pulls up behind y with its sirens b
be achieved the first effort is to try to achieve it, obviously, peacefully, and you try to use an exhaust dlomacy in ordero do that, but the president h taken no option o the ble. >> it sounds like something broke down here, you were vy close to a deal theeporting is the french thoughtt wasn't tough enough on the iranians, and you know the history. as thesraeli prime minister caed rouhani a wolf in sheep's clothing, they double play, play for time while they try toin th confidence of the west a ey can play games. is that what there's fear around the table ty are doing now? no, that's not the fr around the table, ihink a number of nations wanted toake sure we had the tgh language necessary, the clarity in the language necessary, to absotely certain that we were doing the j and not granting more or doing something sloppily that could wind upith a mistake. this is seris business. and i thinevery country came there. this ithe first time that e p-5 had come togetr with this kindf a serious set of possible options ifront of it, with a new iranian govnment. remember that this has changed since t
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deal in the works could keep u.s. troops in afghanistan longer than prised. >>> and a new trend called knockout game is putting unsuspecting victims in serious danger. >>> plus, 29 new satellites and harrowing rescue for hikers just in time. >>> and former president george w. bush explains why he stopped by jay leno last night. >> i mean, you're about to head out to pasture. just wanted to see what you look like before you got to the gate. >> well, thank you. >> "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for wednesday, november 20th. >>> good morning. i'm paige hopkins. breaking news overnight, a leer jet crashes off the coast of florida, killing at least two people. it happened three miles off the coast of ft. lauderdale late tuesday. four people were on board, including two pilots. two bodies have been recovered. the coast guard found the wreckage 45 minutes after the initial report. officials say a preliminary indication is that it was a medical flight. >> obviously, this is an active and ongoing search and rescue, and we would like to extend our thoughts an
bay area's marianne favreau who joins us from the campus. >> reporter: raj, i can tell you the students i talked to this afternoon are most upsbet how the university handled this situation. they say even after university housing found out about the alleged hate crimes, they simply transferred two of the suspects to other dorms. four students are now accused of hate crimes after allegedly bullying their black roommate on the seventh floor of this dorm at san jose state university. this police report outlines months of alleged harassment and assault, including reports that the white suspects clamped a bike lock on their black roommate's neck, barricaded him in a closet and repeatedly used racial slurs. celine chandler says she's not surprised. she, too, had roommates bullier in a campus dorm and said the university did little about it. >> they didn't get physical, but the remarks that were made, racial slurs, i tried to bring it up to the university housing services, and their response was actually to move me. and they didn't take any action. >> after a large campus protest y
or checkbook until you're ready to use them. have your keys in your hand when you get to your car. >>> a growing number of walmart employees say they just can't survive on the wages the world's largest retailer is paying them. many of the stores employees are protesting. what's up? >> reporter: you can see that protest is still going strong right here. that street actually just cleared a few minutes ago, but about 20 minutes ago five protesters were arrested here after hundreds took to the street shutting it down in front of the store. we are told they are being cited and expected to be released. that street has been cleared out. you can see the protesters are still out here in force on the sidewalks. protesters say the start of the holiday shopping season, black friday, is the perfect time to make sure the world knows walmart isn't paying them a living wage. it is part of a nationwide movement. protests were planned for 1500 walmart locations today. workers and their supporters want the company to play their employees a minimum of $25,000 annually. >> workers need at least 25,000
the schools in this district. >> reporter: the report conducted by the u.s. departm t department's office for civil rights says groping, grabbing and sandwiching females between male students and up against lockers are common. and even at the elementary school level, unwelcomed sexual touching often takes place. >> our schools should be able to go to school and expect they can focus on math, they can focus on science, they do not need to focus on worrying about whether somebody will grope the students in hallway. >> we're not denying these things. we're remedying these problems. >> reporter: district officials have been working hard since 2009 to correct the problems. schools now have surveillance cameras, allowing staff to constantly monitor behavior. and sexual harassment training has been beefed up. >> we're not putting our head in the sand and not addressing. we're taking proactive steps to remedy the horrors of the past. >> reporter: but federal investigators say much more needs to be done. district officials insist they're committed to taking the needed steps to make their schools s
remain closed at this hour. good evening, thanks for joining us. i'm raj matthai. >> i'm jessica aguirre. that was chaos on the air and the ground after a man carrying a high powered rifle stormed l.a.x. in a dead lly rampage. >> on the floor. on the floor. on the floor now. >> one tsa agent was killed and at least other people injured when the shooter opened fire in a busy terminal. this happened this morning. this cell phone video shows the fear and panic and confusion in the moments after. late this afternoon, police confirmed the alleged shooter is 23-year-old paul ciancia, a u.s. citizen. meanwhile, nearly 800 flights were impacted leaving passengers stranded here in the bay area and beyond. >> we have team coverage for you tonight on this developing story. arturo santiago is covering sfo. we begin with kimberly terry in san jose. multiple delays, cancelations. what are we talking about in terms of impact? >> reporter: jessica, we could see the ripple effect through the weekend, at least that's what airport authorities are saying for now. nearly 30 flights from l.a.x. to the
1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody, thanks for joining us for a fun day monday, november 4th. hope you had a great weekend. hodi did. >> i saw your instagram. i follow instagram. >> look at you. >> by the way, rehoboth beach, delaware, over the weekend was spectacular. it was in the 70s. i went with my mom. me and my mom, blake got cut out of the picture. he's there. this is my mom, the coffee shop we go to. my mom's closest friend, umi. by the way, my mom and umi are two turbo chefs. my mom made meatballs that were so succulent, i'm thinking about them. >> stop talking like that. >> and umi made martaubuk, an indonesia meat patty wrappy thing, it was so good. >> delicious. and you took blake-y and boots wasn't there. >> boots? no, he wasn't there. he was busy. but anyway, we had fun. >> good. >> how was your weekend? >> it was a good weekend. it was quiet. >> yep. >> and i like it that way. i know there was something i did. i shot on -- on friday i worked. i shot every one of the anchors has been asked to do a piece on the most -- the person who has been most inspirational i
that halloween moon and at least one person may have use a costume to try to hideis true entity, a murderer. that weend before halloween here in grand forks heath east ling and her bfriend joe loveling was putting on costumes, getting ready to go out. >> nice night. i spent withfriends. >> he dressed u as a hockey fan wearing his faith green jersey >> i dssed in aechanics outfit. a friend of mine text me and said meet me at the broken drop. >> the broken drop, half casino, halfbar. heather and joel had a t to celebra celebrate. she had just moved here from texas after ding long distance. it wasearly lovet first sight. >> how long did youo out with joel before youealized this is the guy? >> a week. >> that's it? yeah. he was taken back when i said, i'moing to marry you. that's whas going to happe here. and he wast rlly ready for me to say somethingike that to him but i was ready to say something like that. that's howure i was. >> but joel, the divord guy who loved golf, fishing, and his friends, would sn be ready for marriage, too. just ten months after they met, this smart hospital comter i
of us that fly each year. passengers will now be able to use smart phones, tablets, and ereaders on board. that includes during takeoff and landing as long as everything is in airplane mode, but you still won't be able to use your phone to make calls or send text messages during flight. the faa says airlines must prove their planes won't be affected by the rule change and many are clamoring to be the first. >>> the new york police department's controversial stop and frisk policy is back in the news. a federal appeals court has put a stop to the major overhaul of the program. in august the judge ruled the practice violated civil rights, but the decision late thursday keeps it going for now. opponents contend the stop and frisk unfairly targets minorities while police say it's vital for security. the judge who struck down the policy is off the case. the appeals court says she, quote, improperly steered the case to her bench. >>> major bombshells are revealed about the 2012 presidential election in the soon-to-be-released book "double down." it's the sequel to "game change."
with us today. today is billy graham's 95th birthday. i will be heading down to north carolina with frank later on to attend his party. we'll let you know about it next monday. >> happy birthday. >>> we have a great show. we have our ambush makeover. >> wait until you meet our everybody has a story winner. it is an inspirational story. >>> we are exhausted. >> we were partying last night. we had our favorite things party. once a year we get together with our advertisers expecting us to party with them. >> we don't disappoint. >> this is some of our advertising crew. a bunch of good people. >> look at lewis. >> he has been working at his salon all day yesterday and he came over to say hello to us at our party. >> one of the favorite things was some vino. >> this is skinny vine slim chardonnay. it is $9.99. >> what's mine? >> from the sonoma coast. >> delicious wines, very smooth. >> people were getting their brows plucked by sonya's brow bar. people were drinking wine and eating cupcakes. >> bobby is going to show us all of that stuff. we were busy because we went to matinee. >> we went to
at us. bambino, he sits with me through every one. >> i didn't know what it was going to be like being on your podcast. i wasn't familiar with what it was. i have to tell you, it was so much fun because you -- we covered everything. it's full of humor, full of depth. louise is hysterical. >> she is so funny. >> time goes like that. >> i know. i'm loving it. i am loving it so much. and my show is called -- o-n-e kathie lee and company. >> jimmy kimmel had something of a halloween tradition and what he's done the last couple years is, he's asked parents to say to their children this statement, i eight your halloween candy >> all of it. >> and then record their reaction. okay. that's just cruel, but let's take a look and see what people sent in. >> i'm so sorry. >> i hate you! >> well, that's not very kind! >> that's not very kind. >> hey, guys, guess what? >> what. >> we're just kidding. all the candy is in the laundry room. >> for two hours walking around the whole entire neighborhood getting candy. >> i'm kidding. >> mama! why did you do that? every halloween. >> why do y
really iortant for me to make a name for myself o. >>> here nbc bay area's r >> thanks for joining us. we have some trail blazers with us tonight, some house hold names, oers youight be time.and hearing for the first but all of our stors tonight give us a rare behind t scenes look at these dynamicews mars. we begin with the colorfulnd controversial john mcphie. he recently turned down an off to fixed the obama care website. in the silicone wife. aew compa and a new murder of his neighbor and the media frenzy that followed. john mcafee hasurned hisife willingly into a hollywood script. >> is this the story of a successful sbe preneurowho went crazand became a murderer or is this the gatest bleep ] of all tim >> we caughtp with mcafe in portland, oregon and now he's in the silicon valley. in the shadows of the softwar serity empire he created i 1987 the 68-yr-old mcafee is starting aew company. >> a few years ago you said you had nothing t do with the murder of your belize, you said you were drug free and you said you were still in contact with one of your teenage girlfriends. ha
to the surface of the road. people need to remember to slow down. >> reporr: driversay they're read this man used torive buses in san francio. >> leave youelf an out four-foot rht side clearance. my driving totally changes. debris in the roway.ase in >> reporter: katrina lives in mend cena county where they average 41 inches a year. >> slow down and pay attention during lane changes. i say going five mil less than the eed limit on occasion. >> reporr: tked tog&e while they don't do anything before a storm comes toown they wilannounce a system system that helps them get to outagefaster. we'll have that for yotomorrow night. >> thank you. >>> 58 days th very little rain. u can access our live radar and microclimates on our websit and click onhe weaer tab. you ha the forast e-mailed to you daily. >>> google apologizing to an east bay fath. a satellite vw shows is body of his murdered teenaged son. maps.image is still on google but they are efforting to take it down. monte frances joi us live in richmo. what a horrible image to contend with. >> reporter: kevin barrera was ot and ki
on broadway, fire crews had to use air bags to lift the car off of the victim. medics pronounced him dead at the scene. no word yet if the droifr was at fault. >> a mess on the roadways and we are live in san tran -- live in san francisco, rain is making a mess of things. >> yeah, light rain as you can probably see. earlier it was coming down much more heavily. and across the way from me, you see a tow truck pulling over this way. over there they have pooling water that is causing problems for drivers coming off of the exit for eastbound 80. this is an example of what happens if you do not give yourself more time. the problem at at&t was whether the car was going, it was whether the show was going to go on. and it did. ♪ >> rain did a lot of things tonight, but it did not wash out the blondie, green day concert. several thousand people turned out, some under over hangs and some in the rain. >> didn't stop me. if i have a hat, if you are a true music lover, no weather can stop you from seeing you are your idols. >> it came down hard. look at this shot coming out of the tunnel. the chp sa
in florida. julia bagg has the latest in florida. what can you tell us? >> reporter: u.s. investigators still have not confirmed who was on that flight or exactly what happened. but hours later the coast guard still has not given up hope of finding survivors. the learjet carrying four people left ft. lauderdale airport just before 8:00 p.m. tuesday night bound for cozumel, mexico. but shortly after takeoff, a mechanical failure. >> so you're going back to fort lauderdale? >> reporter: the pilots attempted to return to the airport. >> maintain 4,000 and left heading 3-3-0. >> not possible. 180. >> reporter: but three miles northeast of ft. lauderdale the plane crashed into the atlantic ocean. two bodies were discovered in the wreckage late last night but two other people are still missing. >> this is a medical flight involving a medical crew. >> reporter: the coast guard fanned out searching the area by air and sea. >> this is still an ongoing search and rescue case. rescuers have been on scene overnight and continuing to search for survivors in the water. they're not going to stop until we ha
through here. very few of them had the option to use seat belts. that's about to change. when commercial bus crashes happen, the injury and death toll can be high. 15 people were killed in march of 2011 when a bus flipped on i-95 in new york city, rolling over and ramming into a guardrail, the roof completely sheered off by a signpost. fewer people would have died if seat belts had been installed. today after decades of debate, the national highway safety administration announced new rules requiring seat belts in all new commercial buses. >> this will save one to nine lives per year. >> reporter: 700 million passengers travel by muss annually. mostly senior citizens and children. between 2000 and 2009, there were 209 deaths. installation costs for seat belts are minimal. seat belts add an additional $13,000. many manufacturers have already independently started installing seat belts on new buses. >> it's good to have the extra option for safety. >> there was a seat belt on the bus today, and i wore it. >> reporter: it does not require buses already on the road to be retrofitted because i
news update for you. >> join us again at 11:00. marla tellez and i will be back. . >>> good morning, coming clean. but not stepping down. the florida congressman caught buying cocaine and now says he's taking a leave of absence and heading to rehab. >>> homeward bound after 11 years behind bars, kennedy cous michael skakel could be released in a matter of hours. >>> grounded. a giant 747 lands add the wrong airport. >> do you know which airport you're at? >> well, we think we have a pretty good pulse. >> today, how will they get a massive plane off a runway too small for it to takeoff. >>> sidelined or just a setback? we now know the extent of lindsay von's injuries. is her olympic dream still alive? >> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today." i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm matt lauer. alongside natalie morales and al roker. lindsay vaughan, a partial tear of the acl and how about this guy that lands the plane at the wrong airport. >> how does that happen. >> not big en
one and you have a good one. you saw the pictures. you sent us photos of you sleeping with your puppies. >> oh. that's like marmaduke. >> so cuddled up. >> how adorable are they? what are some other ones? >> i guess we'll let cats in. >> i didn't know cats were going in, amanda, but -- >> look at that puppy drinking out of our mug. >> that's cute. yeah, that's wine. >> you know that old joke, it never fails, never fails. you note difference between how much your wife loves you and your dog loves you? you can put them both in the trunk and four hours later see which one is happy to see you when you let them out. >> i love that one. it's an early friday funny. if you were wondering of a way you can think outside the box during thanksgiving, the turkey, the trimmings, we thought we would give you decent ideas on turkey out there, kind of -- i guess not alternatives, but just -- >> they're alternatives, yes. >> baskin robins has come out with the turkey ice cream cake. it is glazed with caramel. >> caramel. >> whatever. praline. >> praline. >> whatever. coating. look at this. look h
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